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March Book Review {3.15.18}

Hi Friends,

While in Vegas, I was able to read 3 books that weekend.  Talk about glorious! You know I am all about those sweet, romantic comedy books, and these ones did not disappoint.


The Chateau of Happily-Ever-Afters by Jaimie Admans

The Chateau of Happily-Ever-Afters by Jaimie Admans was sweet, and entertaining.  Wendy inherits a chateau in France, but the chateau comes with Julian, who has also inherited the chateau because he is the long lost nephew.

Their relationship does not get off on the right foot and there is a lot of banter between the two.  They both arrive at the chateau and find it in serious need of repair and a lot of taxes to pay.  The author leaves us wondering if they can work together, pay the taxes, and really have a happily ever after.

Overall, I like the quirky rom-com, my only bummer was the ending was a little meh.  I would still give it a go and let me know what you think! 


One Hundred Proposals by Holly Martin

Most of you know, one of my favorite authors to read is Holly Martin.  She has some of the best feel good romantic comedy books out there and I can’t wait for her newest one to arrive in April (Squeal!)  I decided to read one of her older books called, One Hundred Proposals.

The book focuses on Suzie, who owns a Engagement Proposal company with her tech friend, Harry.  Suzie and Harry work on creating the best proposals for their clients, but Harry wants to know what it takes to make the PERFECT proposal for Suzie. He decides to propose differently, each day, for 100 days and in doing so, he has received help from other companies for PR. The big gotcha is that Suzie doesn’t know if it is a PR stunt or if Harry really has feelings for her!

This one was a winner for me! I love the different ideas and their typical relationship status that most of us can relate too! 


The Cosy Teashop in the Castle by Caroline Roberts 

Sit down with hot tea and a delightful scone as you read this heart warming, romantic comedy book.  Ellie has dreamed of owning her own teashop, and after working a dead end job, she slightly fudges her resume to get her dream job in a castle, no less!

She puts in a lot of long hours and hard work, but the owner, Lord Henry is old fashioned and has  a hard time with change.  Even though, Ellie is slowly winning Lord Henry and the town over with her sweets, her life is still missing the romance.

I couldn’t put this romantic comedy book down and loved her driven personality.  It really makes you want to stop what you are doing and open a tea shop!  


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